(Hoʹlon) [possibly, sandy].
1. A city in the mountainous region of Judah assigned to the priestly Kohathites (Josh. 15:21, 48, 51; 21:9-19); apparently called Hilen at 1 Chronicles 6:58. Holon of Judah is tentatively identified with Khirbet ‘Alin, about ten and a half miles (17 kilometers) N-NW of Hebron.
2. A Moabite city of the tableland or “level country” E of the Jordan mentioned with other cities in a pronouncement against Moab. (Jer. 48:21) Its exact location is today unknown.